Police and the FBI are still hunting for an elusive serial bank robber known as the "Cyborg Bandit" who has targeted at least six different banks since September.
Following a Problem Solvers alert about about utility company imposters in Seattle, the FBI on Wednesday released a joint alert with the Everett Police Department and the Snohomish PUD urging small, neighborhood businesses throughout the region to be on guard.
Police and the FBI are hunting for a serial bank robber known as the "Cyborg Bandit" who has targeted at least four different banks in the past two months.
A Woodinville bicyclist accused of attacking a passing driver with a machete now faces a felony assault charge.
The Haunted Trails are back at Bastyr University. Click the blue links for more on this scary Halloween event, and click Listen to hear more about it.
Craft brewers are the latest in a string of industries hit hard by the government shutdown, after an obscure federal agency shut its doors and stopped issuing permits for new breweries, labels, and recipes.
A Bothell area man has been arrested after being accused of trying to spy on a mother and her teen daughter in a changing room at a Target store.
A man accused of causing a fatal crash on I-405 while speeding more than 100 mph and being under the influence of methamphetamine pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide.
A dump truck created a mess Wednesday on Highway 522 when it overturned north of Woodinville, the Washington State Patrol reports.
King County Sheriff's deputies are using police dogs and a search helicopter to search for a man who ran away from police during a traffic stop.
More pot holes, fewer snow-plowed roads and longer commutes - these are just a few of the things local transportation officials say drivers can count on as shrinking budgets delay road improvement projects.
Home buyers are buying and sellers are selling. That's true across King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties according to the latest numbers from Zillow. But home values in each of the three counties are still down - some as much as 20 percent from where they were during the height of the housing boom.